Generational throwdown: The widening gap between Gen-Zers and Millennials
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ They may all look young and technologically adept, but when it comes down to it, Millennials and members of Generation Z—also known as Gen Z—might as well be from two different planets. Despite not having exact cutoff years, with 1994 to 1997 babies in a gray... Read more
Racism, representation and replacements: The drama within season 25 of “The Bachelor”
BY ALYSSA KHAN “The Bachelor” franchise went through a lot of controversy when the Black Lives Matter movement took over the world. Loyal fans became upset with the lack of Black representation in the franchise since there had only been one Black Bachelorette and no Black Bachelor up until... Read more
Riot Grrrl reincarnated: Review of Netflix’s new film “Moxie”
BY NICOLE NADLER “Moxie” (2021), one of the latest installments in Netflix’s original movie catalog, is a film that has brought back what it means to be spunky. While many have thought that the spirit of punk left with Avril Lavigne’s 2002 song “Sk8er Boi,” this movie proves exactly... Read more
Treat yourself: A list of the most anticipated books of 2021
BY KAMDYN ROHER From social issues to fantasy lands, books can be about just anything, transporting the reader someplace entirely different and picking new parts of their brain each time. People in the reading community constantly have one eye open for the year’s most interesting and anticipated releases from... Read more
The show must go on: Back-to-back bittersweet and awkward moments rule the night at the half-virtual 78th Golden Globes
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ Hollywood’s biggest stars made an appearance on the night of Sunday, February 28 for the annual Golden Globe Awards, an exclusive evening of recognition hosted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that was quite out of the ordinary this year. All the nominees marked their presence... Read more
Getting the recognition they deserve: An (official) unofficial list of the top five best books authored by Black Americans
BY KAMDYN ROHER With Black History Month coming to a close, it is imperative that Black authors get their well-deserved recognition every day of the year, not just during the month of February. Being exposed to different points of view is vital in becoming a well-rounded individual and these... Read more
Recapping “WandaVision”: Everything you need to know up until episode seven
BY ALYSSA KHAN COVID-19 has halted the filming of various movies and shows, with Marvel being one of many studios heavily affected. Fans have been anticipating anything Marvel-related to watch for the past year. At last, the long wait came to an end when the first Marvel Studios show,... Read more
A docu-series so bad, it’s criminal: Netflix’s “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel” disappoints
BY EMMA HUERTA With its realistic connections and suspenseful pace, the “true crime” genre pulls in attentive spectators far and wide. The enticing genre often features dramatizations, crime reenactments, witness and expert testimonials, speculations and, ultimately, shocking reveals.  Now, take all of these immersive qualities in true crime and... Read more
“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” marks the end of a rom-com era
BY KAREN SUROS Three years after the release of the first “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” movie, Netflix has released the third and final installation of the series: “To All The Boys: Always and Forever.” The end of her senior year prompts Lara Jean (Lana Condor) to... Read more
A heart-wrenching future classic: Review of Netflix’s film “Malcolm and Marie”
BY NINA RAMIREZ “Malcolm and Marie,” an utter masterpiece, joined the bountiful list of Netflix original films on February 5, 2021. The film is directed by the brilliant Sam Levinson, who also worked on the insanely popular series “Euphoria.” Beginning with the sole introduction, this work of art will... Read more